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Matthew 6:31-34

Do not worry, nor be anxious
For what you'll eat or wear
For God knows just what we need
So we need not live in fear
We needn't strive, nor seek these things
For God provides what we need
And we shall live in His provision
From His Abundance, we shall feed
So do not worry about tomorrow
Just take one day at a time
For tomorrow has worries of its own,
We need to leave it behind
We need to seek God's kingdom first
Then all these things will be given
Also, to seek His righteousness
And keep our eyes on Heaven.

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